Stories about Madre

L.A. restaurants with Mexican food delivery and takeout

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 3, 2020

toilet paper. The Q&A for this one alone is worth a click to the website. Pickup only. 2000 E. 7th St., Los Angeles, (213) 375-3300, Madre At his two locations, in Torrance and in Palms, Ivan Marquez has created microwavable meals

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Is borscht Ukrainian or Russian?

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • March 11, 2022

madre era de Odessa, una histórica ciudad ucraniana en el Mar Negro, y su padre del norte de Rusia), sus nociones de identidad y lealtad fluctúan. Una semana después de que Vladimir Putin lanzara una invasión militar contra Ucrania, Marina se paró frente

madre para el borscht, una sopa hecha con verduras blandas y carne cuando está disponible. Se sirve con una cucharada de crema agria y, al lado, unas rebanadas de pan denso y oscuro frotadas con ajo crudo. Es un plato que comía a menudo cuando crecía en

Review: Madre in Torrance goes deep on mezcal and wide on Oaxacan classics

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • March 28, 2019

At Madre in Torrance, Bryant Orozco hoists himself up on a stepladder to reach the top of four shelves lined with nearly 400 bottles of mezcal. Then he grabs a stack of the shallow clay Oaxacan cups called copitas for sipping mezcal, along with

— thick Oaxacan tortillas spread with pureed black beans and asiento (the browned drippings from rendered pork) and freckled with queso fresco and crumbled chorizo — arrive to provide ballast. Tlayuda is among the Oaxacan classics on Madre’s menu

Taco Tuesday: Is this a pizza or just the biggest red taco you’ve ever seen?

Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • February 15, 2022

Measuring a whopping 15 inches in diameter, and sliced into wedges, the pizzabirria at the new Tacos Madre in Costa Mesa does look sort of like a pizza. Emphasis on “sort of.” It is sort of multiple things, the least of which is a pizza. Stuffed

sizzles on the griddle. Birria is suddenly everywhere. I suspect the pizzabirria will soon be as well. This one’s delicious. The birria is legit. And the bottled Mexican lagers are served ice cold. Tacos Madre Where: 2629 Harbor Blvd., Costa Mesa When

Yes, bone marrow belongs in a taco. Find this truck to try my latest taco obsession

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • July 11, 2022

is a truck with multiple locations around the Los Angeles area, including one perpetually parked at the sleepy intersection of Sierra Madre Boulevard and Altadena Drive in Pasadena. Pepe’s claims to be “L.A.’s first bone marrow taco truck.” It’s the

Kimchi on pizza? It's 1,000 times better than pineapple

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • June 20, 2022

Peruvian restaurant Mo-Chica, plant-based Mexican restaurant Gracias Madre and the popular gastropub Freddy Smalls. So it should come as no surprise that he’s making a potato and kimchi pizza at his new vegetarian restaurant, in a strip mall, in Koreatown

6 L.A. Brunch Spots to Hit Up When You’re in the Mood for Something Out of the Ordinary

Danny Palumbo • Los Angeles Magazine • July 21, 2021

., West L.A. Gracias Madre As far as vegan brunch is concerned, Gracias Madre may do it best. Everything on the menu has extra flavor, from the pimento potato flautas to some of the best damn chilaquiles you’ve ever had. Their food hums with energy

Eat to support L.A.'s Oaxacan community amid city council scandal

Bill Addison, Stephanie Breijo, Jenn Harris, Lucas Kwan Peterson • Los Angeles Times • October 12, 2022

as prominent here as the breadth of Oaxacan dishes. This is the third local Madre restaurant from Oaxaca native Ivan Vasquez, one of the foremost mezcal evangelists in America. Note that the drink list mentions only a fraction of the available

Where to find longevity noodles for Lunar New Year

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • January 27, 2022

. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) “Mi madre siempre decía que había que comer los fideos primero, era lo primero que debía hacerse en el año nuevo, para mantenerte a salvo y darte buena fortuna para todo el año”, dijo Yuan. “Era muy insistente en eso

Iranian flatbreads and spiced sweet rolls you have to try

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • January 22, 2022

Indigenous owner of Los Angeles’ Madre Oaxacan restaurants, about agave varietals for beginners, the misnomer of “smoky” as the default description for mezcal and the dangers of mass production. Lunar New Year begins Feb. 1; Stephanie Breijo names her top